The Texas Cotton Association, President Nick Peay,

of Louis Dreyfus Company,

invites YOU to our 112th Annual Convention,

May 31 - June 2, 2023,

La Cantera Resort & Spa, Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas !

 MORE ABOUT CONVENTION 2023...coming soon!


There is something for everyone at the TCA Convention 2023 !

Policy Driven. Collaborative Setting. Networking Fun. 

Participate in the top Texas cotton industry Transportation Policy Summit !

Link-up your personal expertise by attending other policy meetings in session !


to win prizes and the coveted 2023 COTTON CUP ! 

Get in to take home a brand new IPAD in our TCA GREAT GIFTS GIVEAWAY!

RESERVE YOUR ROOM by clicking the link below or by calling the hotel at 210-558-6500 

mentioning the Texas Cotton Association, special discounted group code TCF0323A.

Resort fee of $40 has been waived!



Online registration, and sponsorship forms available on this website in February!

 Sponsor and get recognized on our website, on our socials, in our program, on your name-badge,

with your logo in lights and on our TEXAS - SIZED BIG BALE of sponsor sign! 

Keep your browser pointed to as we roll out more in February!


Attention TCA Members!

5K Trot-A-Thon TCA PAC Fundraiser Form
The Cotton Merchants Fund encourages members to contribute to our Texas State PAC!
We specifically maximize these dollars to protect and serve the cotton merchant and members
that facilitate the transportation of Texas cotton over the road, the railways and at the port.
It is FREE to enter the 5K, and whether you sign up to compete,
join others just for a casual run/walk, or choose not to participate in the 5K,
we encourage members to contribute support dollars for those in our Texas government 
that will listen to our voice and protect our interests.
Please consider supporting our TCA PAC Fundraiser!
The Texas Ethics Commission requires that funds be made with personal cards. Corporate donations are not allowed.


~ M I S S I O N   S T A T E M E N T ~


In partnership with other Texas agricultural groups, we uphold Texas as the nation's leader in agriculture, recognizing Texas cotton as the leading cash crop in our state and in U.S. cotton production. We provide our members with a platform of communication to benefit the movement of cotton, advocate and facilitate the formulation of trade policy, and furnish an autonomous arbitration system in Texas, to advance and protect the economic, political, and social interests of our members. 


~ O U R   M E M B E R S ~

"Our members merchandise the cotton produced by the many thousands of cotton growers in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Our members provide a ready market for the producers' cotton and maintain a steady supply of cotton for textile mills around the world. We underwrite the risk from the time and the place the producer elects to sell his product until the time the foreign or domestic customer requires delivery. It is our responsibility to deliver the cotton as efficiently and as economically as possible, and at the same time permit the producer to realize the maximum return for his effort. " 

authored by Jane Anne Stinnett and H.A. (Bob) Poteet